On the occasion of the 12th National Assembly elections, the government has announced a general holiday across the country on January 7. However, fake announcements about this holiday have spread on various social media. It is written in this notification, the holiday on the occasion of election is four days. The Ministry of Public Administration issued a notification on Wednesday saying that it is a fabricated notification.
In view of the demands of the Election Commission, the Ministry of Public Administration issued a notification declaring a holiday on Thursday.
According to the notification signed by Deputy Secretary Sonia Hasan on the order of the President, it is said that the officers and employees working in all government, semi-government, autonomous and private offices, institutions and organizations and teachers, officers and employees of public and private educational institutions will exercise their voting rights and facilitate voting on January 7 across the country. (Sunday) Election General Holiday declared.
Sunday, January 7 is the first working day of the week. The two previous days, Friday and Saturday, are weekends. As a result, there will be three consecutive days off from January 5 to 7.
This notification of the Ministry of Public Administration is also available on the website. But a fake notification has spread on social media. The notification was also signed by Deputy Secretary Sonia Hasan. It is said that there will be a four-day holiday from January 5 to 8 on the occasion of the election.
The Ministry of Public Administration issued a notification again on Wednesday regarding this. It is said that the notification mentioning the four-day holiday from January 5 to 8 is fabricated. All are requested to ignore this fake notification. The next holiday is January 7.